Holy fuck. What can we expect from 600mm2 monsters with HBM2? This release has been pretty disappointing for those that had highrange GPUs from last generation, but huge chips could be insane.
The highend chips are going to be either nonexistant (because of manufacturing problems) or fucking insane (because holy shit 28 to 14/16nm is two nodes).
Literally 4x the hardware they can pack into the same space.
Based Rossman isn't getting sued.
Go to gearbest and find the best smartphone under $100 USD. I will buy it and review when it gets here.
>look through the catalog
>what? no audiophile hi fidelity equipment thread!
Good place to ask I guess;
My old Altec Lansing 251 has been dying for years and I recently attempted to replace it with a Logitech Z533 only to send it back because it sounded like utter shit compared to the 251 set.
The question is, is Logitech terrible or have I just chosen a bad set?
Why are my only choices for a text browser w3m and lynx in 2016?
Why has no neet taken up the cause?
With so many apps breaking out of the browser using stuff like electron is there not a demand for a text html5/css3 engine?
maybe i'm the only one who wants this....
So will and discount the 8350 when zen comes out?
Seems rather than waiting for zen specifically one could get an extremely competent setup for dirt cheap if this happens.
Is there any history of this happening?
I have a problem. I installed Windows 8.1 and I would like to do but with a dual Linux. I found the YT how to do it, but it can not?
bought an asus E403SA with win 10 yesterday (yes, I know, I'm a cuck but can't into linux and too poor to mac) and I cannot for the life of me get the wifi to work. I've tried switching drivers on the wifi network adapter, spent three hours on google looking for fixes and eventually said fuck it, got drunk and fucked a whore, but that didn't fix my problem.
Any advice, tips on getting the wifi to work? it sometimes connects, sometimes doesn't (I have to reboot it and try again and sometimes it fucking has the decency to connect)...
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Download the latest drivers for ethernet/wifi for your current motherboard from the motherboard manufacturer's website from another computer and onto a usb. Then install the drivers on the other computer.
Can someone tell me how I can run a test on my Windows 10 PC showing that the botnet isn't disabled? I keep hearing claims that it's impossible to stop or disable. So if there is a way to see on my PC that the botnet is still active, I'd love to hear about it.
I am currently running:
Peerblock with MS lists and HTTP blocked
Spybot Anti Beacon with every option checked
I am also using a Pfsense router that is on the very latest version, so I can use that for tests.t
You cant disable the botnet without modifying various core windows components.
what did it mean by this?
quick question, is a 530w psu from be quiet! enough for a i7 6700k +
Asus Z170-A Mainboard + 2x8GB RAM from Crucial + Asus 970 + 128gb ssd from Samsung enough? My budget doesnt allow me to get a new semi modular PSU right now but only next month.
Before you go >buying a 970 now. I got it when it was brand new but my current cpu is bottlenecking me hard on 144fps.
you can easily OC the CPU to 4.5GHz and even the GPU to whatever it can hit on air cooling.
By stupid OC I mean LN2 cooling and trying to pull a 5.2GHz OC or some shit.
Your CPU is 95w at stock, OC'd it might be able to pull 175w.
Your GPU is 145w, OC'd maybe 200w in worst case scenario.
That's at most ~375w. Add in your other components is another ~50w at most.
So ~425w even OC'd to pretty high levels.
I've had a problem for a while now on Windows 7. After a while, programs will just stop working. Icon will become generic, and opening it will result in "blank has stopped working". This happens on new installations, old installations, etc.
I'm beginning to think its a problem with the ISO.
Avast. I've tried using that, tried using nothing. The problem most recently happened on a completely fresh install, on a new hard drive, before even using the internet. The ISO is the only thing I can think of at this point, I've been having this problem for a year or two between installations.
Mandatory access controls.
Is there a point to implementing them on a personal mail/web server?
How much cooler does preferring SELinux over Apparmor make you?
I've not tried following this one yet, but from previous experience, Digital Ocean howtos are very good
>tfw not in the market for any hardware and have 0 interest in GPU consumerism
why on clover the captcha is just entering 4 numbers you see and on desktop its this complicated find the correct picture bullshit? What allows clover to use an easier and faster captcha?